These super Scouts joined Craig’s Creek Crew and cleaned up their communities

When Scouts pass litter on the trail, they pick it up. After pack or troop meetings, Scouts return tables and chairs where they belong. Before Scouts leave a campsite, they comb for garbage  — even picking up what previous tenants left behind.

In short, Scouts always leave places better than they find them.

Over the past month, you’ve been sharing photos from these acts of Scouting service as part of a special contest from Cartoon Network’s Craig of the Creek. The first 2,000 to share a photo will receive a special Craig of the Creek patch.

There’s still time to share your photos, but you better hurry. The promotion ends May 28, 2018.

Cub Scout service projects

Today, let’s look at some of my favorite photos from the contest so far.

Pack 40, Taunton, Mass.
Pack 53, Morganville, N.J.
Pack 60, College Station, Texas
Pack 128, Bensalem, Pa.
Pack 260, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas
Pack 334, Pompano Beach, Fla.
Pack 493, Silver Spring, Md.
Quincy from Bismarck, N.D.